The IBM X-Force IRIS team practices a method called dual verification in the cyber range to help overcome confirmation bias.
Security data isn't useful when it's isolated in data silos. Organizations need a simplified ecosystem of integrated security solutions to keep up with the shifting threat landscape.
The "2019 Ponemon Institute Study on the Cyber Resilient Organization" found that although security leaders are more confident in their cyber resilience, they are still overlooking critical areas.
Focusing on data privacy can have major benefits, including enhanced security, improved compliance and business growth — not to mention increased digital trust among your customer base.
A recent Ponemon study revealed a set of habits and practices that the most cyber resilient organizations undertake, such as adopting automation.
The fourth annual "The Cyber Resilience Organization" study found that 23 percent of respondents are now using security automation.
With the realization that "we're all in this together," boards want to learn how their organizations are collaborating with the rest of the ecosystem in planning and testing cyber resilience.
Given the increasingly sophisticated and interconnected nature of the cyberthreat landscape, organizations must collaborate across sectors to improve cyber resilience around the world.
Sharing computer security information is now an established practice in IT. But pooling resources in an ISAC can provide greater insight, broader collaboration and improved overall cyber resiliency.
IBM Security and the Ponemon Institute explore the impact of security breaches on the cyber landscape: The 2017 Cost of a Data Breach Study.